Petals & Greens
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Petals & Greens
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Flowers and Gifts News
Feb 2, 2016
Lady Raiders edge Schuylkill Haven; Cougars swept by Dallas
Dallas (Motley, Dahdal, Caravaggio, Weaver); 3. Hazleton Area (Alonzo, Sabatos, Gould, Castro).
? Schuylkill Haven 89, Tamaqua 69 — Ian McGowan picked up individual firsts in the 200 freestyle and 100 breastroke and was a part of two first place relay teams to help lead Schuylkill Haven to a win.
Tamaqua was led by Jeff Letterhouse who won the 200 individual medley, was second in the 100 backstroke and was on the winning 400 freestyle relay team.
Tamaqua’s Thorn Devlin won the diving competition with a score of 214.40.
200 medley relay - 1. Schuylkill Haven (Hunter Romberger, Joseph Brennan, Connor Raymond, Ian McGowan) 1:55.87; 2. Tamaqua (Jeff Letterhouse, Jacob Rudy, Benjamin Turrano,, Bill Frederick); no third.
200 freestyle - 1. McGowan (SH) 2:00.86; 2. Turrano (T); 3. Bryan Ramirez (T).
200 IM - 1. Letterhouse (T) 2:27.56; 2. Romberger (SH); no third.
50 freestyle - 1. Joseph Brennan (SH) 25.47; 2. Owen Pothering (SH); 3. Rudy (T).
Diving - 1. Thorn Devlin (T) 214.40; 2. Bill Shilko (T); 3. Bill Frederick (T).
100 butterfly: 1. Turrano (T) 1:02.66; 2. Connor Raymond (SH); 3. John Rakowsky (SH).
100 freestyle - 1. Brennan (SH) 56.62; 2. Pothering (SH); 3. Andrew Castagna (T).
500 freestyle - 1. Ramirez (T) 6:25.25; 2. Josh Semanco (SH); 3. Kyle Schaeffer (SH).
200 freestyle relay - 1. Schuylkill Haven (Brennan, Romberger, Raymond, McGowan) 1:44.20; 2. Schuylkill Haven; 3. Tamaqua (Frederick, Rudy, Castagna, Ramirez).
100 backstroke - 1. Romberger (SH) 1:07.75; 2. Letterhouse (T); 3. Rakowsky (SH).
100 breaststroke - 1. McGowan (SH) 1:16.94; 2. Rudy (T); 3. Raymond (SH).
400 freestyle relay - 1. Tamaqua (Letterhouse, Castagna, Ramirez, Turrano) 4:23.38; 2. Schuylkill Haven; no third.
? Dallas 108, Hazleton Area 78 — The Dallas girls placed first in 10 of 12 events en route to their victory at Hazleton Area.
Maddie Hurst showed the way with wins in the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke, along with a relay win.
For Hazleton Area, Maggie Yannes took first in the 200 freestyle (2:11.96) and Hayley Sanko won the 200 individual medley (2:26.82).
200 medley relay - 1. Dallas (Annalise Cheshire, Krista Vivian, Abby Zolner, Lauren Finnegan) 1:58.03; 2. Hazleton Area (Morgan O’Hara, Megan Llewellyn, Hayley Sanko, Maggie Yannes); 3. Dallas.
200 freestyle - 1. Yannes (HA) 2:11.96; 2. Joy Nave (D); 3. Hannah Mintz (HA).
200 individual medley - 1. Sanko (HA) 2:26.82; 2. Vivian (D); 3. Nicole Miller (HA).
50 freestyle - 1. Cheshire (D) :25.58; 2. Melinda Ratchford (D); 3. Llewellyn (HA).
Diving - 1. Lexi Spaciano (D) 201.80; 2. Gianna Leo (D); 3. Abby Schneider (HA).
100 butterfly - 1. Hurst (D) 1:06.74; 2. Sanko (HA); 3. Hannah Thomas (D).
100 freestyle - 1. Finnegan (D) :58.06; 2. Ratchford (D); 3. O’Hara (HA).
500 freestyle - 1. Zolner (D) 5:48.52; 2. (Standard Speaker)Oct 22, 2015
North End Florist keeps it bright
Krystal Steele, who grew up in Pottstown, bought the business from her grandfather, Donald Conner, once she relocated to the area after living in Tamaqua, Schuylkill County, during her 20s.Steele explained that Conner had been looking to retire since starting the business in 1985, but wanted to ensure the floral shop stayed in the family."Flowers make people feel good," Steele said about what makes anyone gravitate to blossoming blooms. "Nature is beautiful, and they're from nature."
Sherry McMichael, store manager, has been with the business for 18 years and said anywhere from 12 to 24 arrangements are prepared daily.
Weddings, funerals, birthdays, anniversaries and school dances are some of that events that bring orders, McMichael said.Get well, sympathy and "I'm Sorry" themes are some other popular flower arrangements.Steele said pet sympathies are also a new trend."Pets are family members as much as people," Steele added.
Steele said one misconception she's noticed in her industry with consumers is that they sometimes see flower arrangement pictures on websites and assume that's what's available at the moment. However, that isn't always the case.
With that in mind, Steele said she always recommends calling a florist directly about flower options. Visiting in person, if possible, is even better.And since taking over the shop, Steele is working to make it even more a part of the community.A few months ago, Steele and her employees sold flowers as a fundraiser to support a local woman who had been in a bombing incident in Afghanistan while ser... (Reading Eagle)
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